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. first, mr. bill. >> >> laura: hi, everyone, i'm laura ingraham in tonight for bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us. on this very dramatic night in washington, d.c., we'll be on all the details. bill is in los angeles, but he is going to be with us in just a moment. here in the nation's capital today, all this back door wheeling and dealing as the house leadership tries to corral 216 votes to support speaker john boehner's debt ceiling plan. the vote has been delayed and if anybody's guess if there will be a vote tonight. though house majority leader eric cantor's office says it's going to happen. joining me now is fox news chief white house correspondent of course ed henry and washington correspondent james rosen. great to see both of you. let's start with you, ed, you are right at the white house. i imagine they are following every detail here. tell us what the latest is from your vantage point. >> well, they are watching the drama like the rest of us, you are right. to some extent the white house believes that what's playing out on capitol hill is moot because they believe even i
and the weekend. i will see you tomorrow night for fox report. the factor is now. >> laura: hi, i'm laura ingraham in tonight for bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us. right now harry reid has decided well, we're going to table the boehner bill and we're going to go to that live on the floor of the u.s. senate. harry reid speaking. or he was speaking and now he is not speaking. well, they are deliberating on whether they should consider this bill or not consider the bill. and we'll, you know, we will join it as harry reid comes back. and, james rosen is with us. of course, washington correspondent capitol hill. the man who knows everything that's going on. ed henry is going to join us in just a moment from the white house. james, harry reid gets up there just moments ago, and he moves to introduce the boehner bill which is really to chevrolet the boehner bill, what's happening? >> use the boehner bill as a shell often legislation severine parliamentary pristles to move it quickly. take that bill, gut it and put in the guts of their own bill and, of course, we know how things will go from there? >
night. >> laura: "the o'reilly factor" is on. tonight: good to be back from pennsylvania. >> i just came from allen town middle works, where i had a cons to visit with workers there. >> the allen town metal works is set to close its doors. >> as the economy continues to limp along, presidential hopeful mitt romney's new campaign ad puts the blame squarely on president obama as poll numbers continue to sink for the president. is the economy dooming the obama presidency? former bush advisor dana perino and democratic strategist joe trippi will analyze. there is mayhem on the streets of mexico, courtesy of the united states government. a gun running sting gone bad dumps murder russ weapons over the border. and now a whistle blower comes forward to tell us who knew what in the justice department. he had said it was an accident that snow bald out of control. >> the defense wraps up at the casey anthony murder trial with explosive testimony. linking casey's father to little caylee's death. will this last ditch effort undermine the prosecution's case? judge janine jeanine pirro repom orlan
. good night, everybody. captions by closed captioning services >> laura: hi, everyone, i'm laura ingraham in for bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. no talking points memo this evening. we want to get right to the story. the top story, of course, is president obama wants more of your money and he says now that bill o'reilly agrees with him? well, in an op. editor "u.s.a. today" the president once again demanded tax increases on the so-called rich as part of any compromise. and mr. obama claimed that bill o'reilly supports his vision saying, quote: a balanced deficit deal that includes some new revenues isn't just a democratic position, it's a position that has been taken by everyone from warren buffet to bill o'reilly is that actually true? joining us now by phone bill o'reilly who is supposed to be taking a well-deserved day off today. hi, bill. >> >> bill: just when they thought i was out, they dragged me back in. you know. that op. ed is disingenuous. everybody knows who watches the factor that i don't want any increase in the federal income tax. everybody knows th
. captions by closed captioning services >> laura: hi, everyone, i'm laura ingraham in for bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. no talking points memo this evening. we want to get right to the story. the top story, of course, is president obama wants more of your money and he says now that bill o'reilly agrees with him? well, in an op. editor "u.s.a. today" the president once again demanded tax increases on the so-called rich as part of any compromise. and mr. obama claimed that bill o'reilly supports his vision saying, quote: a balanced deficit deal that includes some new revenues isn't just a democratic position, it's a position that has been taken by everyone from warren buffet to bill o'reilly is that actually true? joining us now by phone bill o'reilly who is supposed to be taking a well-deserved day off today. hi, bill. >> >> bill: just when they thought i was out, they dragged me back in. you know. that op. ed is disingenuous. everybody knows who watches the factor that i don't want any increase in the federal income tax. everybody knows that we have said it a mi
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of cuba's artistic royalty. she is dancer and coach laura alonzo, the daughter of legendary ballerina alicia alonzo, now sharing her passion with thousands of cuba's poor. >> this is where i can do more good. this is where it will -- the good work is. >> reporter: 15 years ago alonzo opened central prodanza, a barrio dance school that welcomes everyone, no matter their race, size or economic status. >> there's many talents that are being lost. and losing a talent is a sin. >> reporter: with hand-me-down costumes and donations from overseas, laura now trains 800 students at a time. and what many people find just so amazing here is that from this very humble setting, there are graduates now performing in cuba's national ballet on television, in nightclubs, and on stages around the world. one of laura's most gifted students is 22-year-old lester diaz who performs in cuba and overseas. he has trained at laura's studio since he was 7. >> he is from the neighborhood. >> reporter: on the streets near the school, lester was often in trouble until laura saved him by teaching him to dance. >> i
in the amazonia exhibit. it feels like we're in the rain forest, laura. a few hot days and aicd --ictad a while ago to the stations in florida and they said how you deal with the heat wave, you run from your building and car and -- to car and take cover until it's over. >> equated to a snowstorm. stay inside. sue palka, thank you. >>> pepco said that they are ready for the extreme heat. a spokesman said the utility has been prepping for the temps and that customers shouldn't worry. the power supply can meet the demand; how far, the utility is still urging customers to conserve energy as the mercury rises. >> one of the things we asked customers to do is to set the thermostat at 78 degrees. we have customers who also closed their blinds and if you have a fan, run the fan. >> he said conserving energiy is good for your pocketbook and running the air conditioning full blast in this kind of heat will only drive up your bill and if customers run into problems this week, pepco is adjusting the staffing to meet their needs. we invite you to stay with fox 5 for complete coverage as the heat wave grips
name rammers are after laura ingraham for criticizing them. miss laura will tell us if she is upset by that she is very upset that a baggage handler stole some of her stuff. >> i shall resign the presidency effective at noon tomorrow. ♪ happy birthday mr. president. >> bill: also ahead, the great american news quiz, the corruption edition. how much do you know about abysmal behavior? >> it depends upon what the meaning of the word is is. >> bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. captions by closed captioning services >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. is the tea party self-destructive? that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. from the beginning i have supported the tea party because i believe it empowers individual americans always a good thing. also the tea party wants fiscal responsibility and a smaller federal government. again, those are good things as well. but now the tea party has come to a crossroads. some of its members simply do not want to raise the debt ceiling and that could b
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line on that, laura is no. there were more talks today but, unfortunately, so far no major breakthrough resolving how the nation's $14.3 trillion debt ceiling is going to get raised. the democrats on one hand are demanding tax hikes on the wealthiest part of the deal and some republicans want big spending cuts. >> reporter: with 49 days left -- 14 days left until the $49.3 trillion ceiling deadline, the president urgeed both sides to work together and, so far, have been far a part. >> we can't let politics stand in the way of doing the right think this in washington. we can't stand in the way when it comes to doing the right thing on deficits. >> reporter: the focus on monday shifted to the capitol. the house republicans are introducing a deal tieing any debt ceiling agreement to a balanced budget amendment, have an if it reaches the president's debt, the white house is promising a veto. >> up fortunately, there is no chance of this getting through. >> reporter: des like maryland's chris van holland say the gop bill is a distraction and would drastically cut medicare while leaving tax c
navarro, y también laura vazquez, analista legislativas del consejo nacional de la raza quien agradezco su presencia esta mañana es un placer. >> muchas gracias. >> laura, existe mucha confusión sobre la implemción d programa "comunidades sobre este tema, tenido varios estados retirarse este estado como el estado de massachusetts, nueva york e illinois, pero el gobierno federal sigue siendo esa no es una opción, es algo que todavía estamos viviendo de la manera como se puede clarificar esta buena pregunta. >> mario: de alguna flexibilidad >> no hay ninguna flexibilidad, iempo hubo una confusión porque no se sabía realmente ni se había decl locales tienen que participar, es una opción, no es vol que han nacido declarar los obras que han declarado, new york, massachusetts, illinois que no van a participar no saben qué significa, no saben cuáles son las consecuencias que significa el hecho que hayan declarado esto porque el gobierno federal sigue indicando que nos un programa voluntario. >> mario: si una jurisdicción serehúsa a izararóroyecto de ley contra el programa. >> logr
the officer with sexual assault, laura. >> were his victims randomly selected or did the officer know the women? >> we're not sure whether he knew them. there was one woman who apparently was assaulted in september of 2006 and then again in 2010. the sources do tell us those might have been women working the streets and, therefore, the threat of arrest may have played into that reason, laura. >> thank you very much, bob barnard. >>> a police chase in bowie, maryland, ended with a head-on crash involved with a suspect and police officer. no word if there was anything specific that led to this crash other than the high-speed chase. fire and rescue crews tell fox 5 that the officer does have serious and non-life- threatening injuries. the suspect is critically injured. >>> and we're following developing news out of the district. federal prosecutors are scrambling after the judge declared a mistrial in rodger clemens' perjury trial. what caused the judge to make the ruling on day two of the trial? >> reporter: testimony had just gotten underway for the day when prosecutors played the jury
rider here in this mid-atlantic, laura. >> and we need to be prepared for problems. bob barnard, thank you very much. >>> and want to, a man from fairfax county is in jail after he was arrested and charged as acting as an agent. and that arrest happened this mother. this afternoon, he was in court to face a federal judge in alexandrea. tom fit earl was in court as well. what -- tom fitzgerald was in court. what is this about? >> reporter: well is this involves the pakistan intelligence service known as the isi. this is not a espionage or spying case but involves the violation of u.s. law. it defended failed to work with the u.s. justice department he was working as a paid lobbyist period of time pakistan -- for the pakistani government. >> the people would like to -- >> seen here on youtube when it came to pakistan and india's dispute over the territory of cashmere, sayed fayh has been the pro-pakistani voice in washington for 20 years. and migrated from cashmere to pakistan. >> reporter: the fbi said he was not just a pr man for kashmir's independence but a paid agent of the pakistani
about the united states credit rating system because of the uncertainty, laura, whether or not the debt ceiling will be raised. >> and thank you, tom fitzgerald. >> three coordinated bombingser to through the heart of mumbai, india, killing 21 people. more than 100 were hurt. this is the one of the terrorist act take in the country since the 2008 mumbai siege and it comes months after peace talks resume between india and pakistan. indian -- speculate coming is behind the blasts. the past attacks are based on militants out of pakistan. >> a california woman accused of doing theup thinkable to her husband. >> when the officers went in there, they found the husband tied to the bed and bleeding profusely to the groin area. >> why this is stirring up memories of another woman who dominated the headlines in the '90s. >>> and rodney king is back in the news for all the wrong reasons. back in two.  [ child's voice ] ooh, that looks good. [ child's voice ] can i have some? [ child's voice ] you guys should rock, paper, scissors for it. ok. [ chuckles ] best of three? sure. one
serk will tonight. sue? >> reporter: hey, laura, what is going on here is weterred primetime and -- we entered primetime and it's going to get hotter and through the weekend. check out the temperature at the dupont circle copper here. the bank thermometer is reading 109 degrees and that is in this sunshine. my personal thermometer was at 99 degrees, too and that is why you will see this excessive hate warning is in effect for friday and today, this will need to be in, fect for saturday as well and into the upper 90s, we're still there today and that heat index is what we're talking about. it will feel 109, 1 continue degrees the next few hours and tomorrow, we would not be surprised to find some places that are feeling like 120 degrees and as we think we're going to have the hottest day yet in about 102, 103 degrees. we're paying attention to the dew points. we're going to be in the oppressive realm here. when you're in the 60s, you can handle it. 72 on to74 is uncomfortable and above 75, we consider that oppressive. as we come back live, i want you to know we're monitoring m
laura acker son's ex-boyfriend and the father of her boys. s hayes and his new wife killed acker son, they cut her into pieces then they're accused of packing her remains in this cooler, stuffed them in a rented u-haul trailer, drove from north carolina to texas and dumped her remains in a murky creek southwest of houston. that is where divers equipped with sonar found a head, a torso and a part of a leg. now dna tests have been conducted and they indeed are a match for 27-year-old laura ackerson, mother of two grant and amanda hayes have been arrested in north carolina. both were in court yesterday. i want you to watch what the judge told amanda hayes, she gave birth to a daughter just over a month ago, listen. >> ms. hayes you're charged with first-degree murder. if convicted or if you plead guilty to that offense, the maximum punishment will be life without parole or the death penalty. and i'm going to go ahead and appoint the public defender to represent you. if for some reason you want to hire your own lawyer, that's always an option. thank you, ma'am. and bond, there isn't a bo
near muir beach left a 17-year-old girl in critical condition. laura anthony joins us with more. laura? >> hi. cheryl. that 17-year-old is still in intensive care in an area hospital. this coastline is certainly beautiful. but the wave action is powerful and can be very dangerous. >> i found the boyfriend dragging his girlfriend out of the surf by the arm. she appeared to be unconscious. >> southern marin fire fighter described what it's like as and he others rescued a 17-year-old grirl a beach wednesday afternoon. >> 10, 8 to 10 foot waves off the shore breaking on to rocks and there is no beach to stand on. we were able to get her out to a rock but when helicopters came overhead they were throwing rocks on top of us. >> at one point, the equipment was washed out to sea by a large wave. much like the one that apparently surprised the three teenagers. a fourth man, a good samaritan, in his 40s was helped to safety. wednesday's rescue was near where another 17-year-old alicia scott lee fell to her death in march of last year. >> she fell off a cliff in the same region. again it was teen
and brother for years, now they have something to say to their i'm laura, and this is my cvs. i just transferred a prescription to cvs because they have care 1on1. it's where the pharmacist stops and talks to me about safety and saving money with generic prescririptions. laura, let's talk about possible side effects. it's all about me. love that. get care 1on1 and talk savings safety, and side effects when you transfer or fill a new, ongoing prescription. i'm laura, and this is my cvs. it's all mine. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >>> 7 on your side. new study that links exposure to secondhand smoke with the 50% higher risk of behavioral disorders in children. up to 80% of the children suffer from learning disabilities or behavioral disorders. >>> the bank customers was mistakenly jailed for days and is suing chase for the error. he bought a home in washington state last year. as a first-time home buyer he qualified for $9,000 government rebate. he went to deposit the money into his account in the bank but the bank had closed the account
website wjla.com. >> still ahead, adam caskey will be back with a final look at the weather. i'm laura, and this is my cvs. i just transferred a prescription to cvs because they have care 1on1. it's where the pharmacist stops and talks to me about safety and saving money with generic prescriptions. ns laura, let's talk about possible side effects. it's all about me. love that. get care 1on1 and talk savings safety, and side effects when youou transfer or fill a new, ongoing prescription. i'm laura, and this is my cvs. it's all mine. >>> we are giving away special vip tickets to the upcoming def leppard/heart concert at jiffy lube blood. go to the link to sign up on our website accept wjla.com. we will announce the winner tonight at 5:00. >> for some sugar on me, baby. >>> it will be very hot this weekend. jump in the pool or go to the beach. it will be hot and muggy and a chance of storms late sunday and monday. >> that is it for us,
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5's laura evans reports. >> was there in any way an effort to discredit african american voters? >> absolutely not. >> reporter: julius hensick hired to work as political consultant for the ehrlich gubernatorial campaign spoke out just minutes after pleading not guilty in baltimore circuit court to charges he'd violated election laws. at issue, thousands of robocalls that went out to 112,000 residences in baltimore and prince george's county on election day. prosecutors say the recorded message was intended to keep voters away from the polls. >> i'm calling to let everyone know that governor o'malley and president obama have been successful. we're okay. we're all right. everything is fine. the only thing left is to watch it on tv tonight. >> this is something about i've been pardoned, o'malley just to punish people who disagreed with what goes on in the democratic party. >> reporter: paul shy recollect, a long timer lick -- shirek, a long timer lick aide was joined by his wife and daughter -- time ehrlich aide was joined by his wife and daughter at the arraignment. >> i am confi
. but interestingly it follows her to this day. yeah. yes, ma'am. >> how is she a mother-in-law especially to laura bush. >> how is she a mother-in-law especially as to laura -- >> laura bush. >> laura bush. okay. let's see. i think that she's tried to have cordial relations with all of her children. i've been told from time to time that the two of them have a respectful but somewhat distant relationship. i cannot attest to that myself. there's a story -- and again, i don't know if it's apocryphal or if it's true, yeah, if it's apocryphal or not. that when laura bush was first brought up to kennebunkport to meet the extended family, she met george's grandmother, so dorothy bush, the first president bush's mother, and the first president bush's mother said to her, so what do you do? you know, what's your story. and supposedly laura bush was supposed to have responded, well, i read and i smoke. then there were questions of how well did that go down with barbara bush? no one ever said. i think it's probably fair to characterize it as maybe -- maybe distant, maybe more cordial. certainly, her -- barbar
'm laura ingram, in tonight for bill o'reilly. thanks for joining us. >> you have 80% of the american people who support a balanced approach. 80% of the american people support an approach that includes revenues and includes is cuts. so the notion that somehow the american people aren't sold is not the problem. the problem is members of congress are dug in idealogically into various positions because they boxed themselves in with previous statements. >> here is the problem with that. a brand new rasmussen poll shows that only 34% of voters think a tax hike should be part of the solution. 55% say, washington, should not raise taxes. but president obama has the audacity to say it is republicans that are out of touch. >> my hope is that they are listening not just to lobbyists or special interests here in washington but also listening to the american people. it turns out poll, after poll, many done by your organizations show that it is not just democrats who think we need to take a balanced approach, it is republicans as well. >> one more fact check. according to the latest gallup poll,
're joined by our intern, laura. she's the hound handler today. this is minny, he's a 5 month old female hound mix. she's adorable. she refuses to bend her legs. >> she's on tv for the first time. >> is this your first time on tv, too? >> yes. >> she doesn't want to sit. there are a few puppies and a lot of adult dogs. a lot of adult dogs at the maryland spca. call if you would like to adopt her or one of her cousins. this pretty yellow scarf is compliments of mr. basement. together, we can make a difference for pets that need a home. she'll bend her knees when she gets into her home, i'm sure. >> she's so sweet. >> aww! >> well, thank you, laura. >> thank you so much. we're looking at a hot day. if you have your pets outside, stay shaded. keep them out of the sun, give them nice, cool water. it's another hot day and a heat index in the low 100s. we registered the heat index at 102. 96 is the temperature now. the dew point is high enough, with this temperature and the warm air in place, that the dew point or the temperatures and the real feels will be around the triple digits. across the
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you. >> i'm not going to say that on this show. >> laura ingraham gives mat lauer on the decline of american culture. miss laura will be here. >> we the jury find the defendant not guilty. >> casey anthony set to be released from prison this coming sunday. how much will it cost to protect her from angry americans? >> come on. is it legal is investigating. >> this debt limit increase is his problem. and i think it's time for him to leave by putting his plan on the table. >> and karl rove will predict if a debt deal will be reached and how that will happen. caution. you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. captions by closed captioning services >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. the folks sound off on the bitter debt crisis. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. last night we had a very lively debate with congresswoman michele bachmann whom we respect. she said there is no way she is voting to raise the debt ceiling no matter how many spending cuts are put for the. that puts her at odds with republican s
bikes. good evening, everyone, i'm laura evans in for brian. >> i'm shawn yancy. surveillance tape proves it and it only takes these guys minutes to rip off motorcycles worth thousands. bob barnard starts us off in the newsroom tonight, bob. >> they're a brazen band of thieves stealing two motorcycles in the past six days from the same alexandria parking garage. one of the victims is no stranger to this kind of thing. he's an it guy for the defense department and now lynnwood creekmore is a two-time victim of motorcycle thieves. last friday night, his prized possession, this year-old $10,000 sport honda motorcycle was stolen from this parking garage underneath his alexandria condo. >> and within a span of 20 or 30 seconds, three criminals are able to load a 400-pound bike into the back of a minivan and take off without a trace. >> the crime was caught on camera, this surveillance video showing us the stolen minivan with three men inside scouting their next target. seconds later, they found it. >> got out of the car, opening up the back and the other one is going over to drag -- he'
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